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January 17, 2009

Saturday night dinner


I’d love to say that I made this myself. From scratch.
But that would be lying.

Posted by Chris @ 7:20 pm  

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  1. Karen says:

    How many of those do you need to feed your crew?

  2. Alissa says:

    we can’t always be betty crocker. i’d much rather just be a mom.

  3. Sagey says:

    Well, it looks delicious. If it was, share what kind it is if you can. :-)

  4. Sue says:

    I think making homemade pizza is a huge waste of time. Pizza Hut is really not that bad.

    That’s sort of my cooking litmus test - “its not that bad.”

  5. Victoria says:

    Don’t care if you didn’t make it from scratch, I’m coming over anyway!

  6. Heidi says:

    hot pizzas on a cold Saturday night, sounds like a good time to me!!

  7. Stephanie says:

    it looks yummy, nonetheless

    My question however, is, is it gluten free?

  8. Keyona says:

    Hand made or not, at least they got food. :o)

  9. Meritt says:

    LOL… I really do make mine from scratch. Three of them. Every. Single. Freaking. Week.

    *Yeah, it seemed like a good idea to start this little family tradition back in 1998 when they were all little and we’d do family movie night. They are now 18, 16, 13 and have crazy schedules so the movie night doesn’t always happen but darnit if they don’t text me to make SURE I’m busy making the pizzas. And it seems all the teenagers in a 15 mile radius know to be at our house at 6:00 pm on Saturday cuz it’s… PIZZA NIGHT!*


  10. sam {temptingmama} says:

    OMG that looks good.


  11. kate says:

    It looks good though.

  12. Lilly says:

    Just curious. How many pizzas does it take for dinner for your family?

    Chris says: When I order pizza I usually buy 4 large just for the kids.

  13. suburbancorrespondent says:

    We had pizza, too. I ordered it myself.

  14. Erin says:

    homemade? pizza? No, it doesn’t exist,sorry. The only possible way of having pizza for dinner is to buy it frozen or have it delivered.

    Looks yummy! May have to dig around the freezer so my brood can have pizza tonight…

  15. Monique says:

    It’s really not that hard..whe you have time to play.I think your time is so well spent doing everything else:)This one looks delicioso.

  16. Courtenay says:

    how MANY of these must you make to feed SEVEN KIDS???

  17. maggie madison says:

    Oh, pepperoni!! The forbidden fruit. I miss it so….

  18. Daisy says:

    We started making homemade pizza when my son had stomach problems and couldn’t handle cheese. We’d make his part without cheese. Now that he’s healthy again (and NOT allergic to dairy) we still make our own. It’s so easy, and so good!